Isabel Skoblikowskyj, 2, walks with her mother Christina while at Presidio during a rainstorm in San Francisco, on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022. The rainstorm is a dramatic shift of events for many residents after a record heat wave and grueling wildfire season.
- Brontë Wittpenn – member image share, San Francisco Chronicle
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A major storm that battered western Alaska over the weekend churned through Northern California on Monday after bringing early-season snow to mountains and dropping rain that helped firefighters increase their containment of a huge wildfire.
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